Here in Northern Virginia, we are particularly affected by the illegal migration problem because so many illegal aliens have moved here.
It’s almost as if key local government agencies have made a conscious decision to ignore certain sections of Title 8 of the U.S. Code.
Get the full picture of this travesty of justice, at Blog Fu.
UPDATE: Blog Fu is not letting up.
Even the scorn of the top Virginia blog will not be enough to turn an election. By my own personal observation, the blogosphere has roughly 10% penetration into reality, which means 100% reprobation by a blog with 100% influence will only affect 1 in 10 actual votes. But here in June 2008, these messages should be viewed by the McCain campaign as deadly serious shots across the bow. There is still plenty of time for both presidential campaigns to make major path adjustments.
If John McCain is truly going to stick with promising amnesty for illegals as one of his first priorities in office, he is dead meat in November. I don’t know if Bob Barr is going to be a viable alternative. I think trying to convince Barack Obama that he might, in fact, consider the welfare of African-American workers would be a more realistic course of action for immigration-enforcement supporters. There is plenty of time to work on that angle, and John McCain seems intent on making that scenario a reality.